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Plisson, Marie-Prudence (1727–1788)

French poet and short-story writer. Born 1727 in Chartres, France; died 1788.

Worked as midwife and devised project to help rural poor; was considered authority on late births; writings include La Promenade de Province (1783), Ode sur la vie champêtre (1750), Stances ä une amie (1753), and Les Voyages d'Oromasis; also wrote collection of moral maxims.

Plisson, Marie-Prudence (1727–1788)

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